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of a thousand dollars. >> it's open enrollment for medicare, what do seniors need to know. >> until december 7th: all medicare recipients can change their health and prescription drug coverage for next year. what you need to do is review that annual notice of change that the government sends you want this lists the changes in premiums and copays for next year. evaluate your prescription drug plan and check out the list of covered medications insurers can change the drugs they cover, the procedures and rates. if you're having trouble understanding your choices or have questions, you can call 1- 800-medicare or you can visit medicare.gov. i promise you this web site works. >> great tips jill as always. live for us in new york, thanks. >>> it's 5:42 right now. taking wearable technology one step too far. google attempts to patent something down right creepy. >>> and ready to tie the knot, what's behind a 722% spike in weddings today. we'll explain. >>> and what does it take to put out a house fire. stunning video takes you inside the battle. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, released helmet- cam video the alame
of the biggest misconceptions about long-term care is that services are covered by medicare. no! medicare only addresses short- term needs. skilled services and rehabilitative care. so anything over 90 days, you're kind of on your own. the only government-provided insurance that provides long- term care coverage is medicaid. but don't forget, to qualify for medicaid, you pretty much need to deplete all of your assets. so to learn whether or not you need to purchase private long- term care insurance, go to jillonmoney.com. the risk is really for a very small sliver of the population. so be very careful before you jump in. >> thank you. >>> it is 5:43 now. a popular children's character heads to the slammer. the message elmo has for the kids with parents behind bars p plus -- >> this is too secret to show you what it actually does because, remember, [ indiscernible ] >> transforming an entire city to make a little boy's wish come true. the super effort under way to make him feel like a hero. also ahead -- >> i have seen a lot of weird stuff but i have never seen anything like that. >> a wild
. >> medicare, private insurance. >> none of his medical supply clients were dropped, just him and the switch is going to cost him a bundle through covered california. >> about 25% more for the coverage. >> here's the official line. >> 1% of california's faced with financial challenges with this. if you're one of that 1% it's a lot. >> his bottom line will be an extra $1600 a year. >> andrea borba news news 5. >> . >> . >>> fight between b.a.r.t. and its unions heating up over the contract they've been negotiating for more than six months. the b.a.r.t. board approved most of the deal yesterday but did delete that disputed provision. it includes six weeks of paid leave for union workers to take care of seriously ill family members. b.a.r.t. management says it's a mistake in the contract. the unions are furious. >> this is a fair and equitable contract for our employees. it's affordable and sustainable for our riders. >> to put it mildly, i'm deeply disappointed in the actions that the board took. >> so now it's up to the unions. they can go back to their members to ratify the contract without
, no, phil, not really. when you did not use the equipment that was available. ie, the medicare process which had been proven to work and you didn't use it, or you didn't use what the irs does to go of attacks cheaters. >> the point is they didn't. >> it doesn't have anything to do with the quality of care. >> the impression the public gets from now on out of the gate it's going to be like -- >> the public -- the public -- >> what about the public?! what about the public? >> get over it. >> they will get over it sooner than you journalists. >> oh. frank. [ laughter ] >> you're speechless. i can't believe it. >> i've had it. >> why don't we change topics because the mayor's bridge, the western portion of the bay bridge. >> oh, god starting up by calling it the mayor's bridge? >> it's the willie brown bridge. >> all right, frank. >> i'm right. >> you're right but you know what that does to his head. >> it's going to stay lit now all night and man, we want to know, did you have a little something to get that happen? >> absolutely. from the first time ben davis and the group came in with
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